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Condoleeza Rice

Dr. Condoleezza Rice, PhD, political scientist, pianist, professor and diplomat. She was the 1st African American woman, the 2nd African American and the 2nd woman to serve as United States Secretary of State. She was the 1st woman to serve as National Security Advisor. She has been criticized for her connection to George W. Bush, WMD/Iraq War, her conservative views and lack of engagement with the Black community. She is currently a Stanford University professor & Hoover Institute sr…

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Condoleezza Rice was born November 14, 1954, in Birmingham, Alabama. She grew up surrounded by racism in the segregated South but went on to become the first woman and first African American to be a Stanford University provost. She was appointed National Security Adviser by George W. Bush in 2001, and served as the 66th Secretary of State of the United States from January 2005-2009.

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Condoleezza Rice, first black female Secretary of State. Also first National Security Adviser, both to President George Bush.

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"I had to decide if I wanted to be a concert pianist or major in international affairs when I was 17 and went to college."


Condoleezza Rice (Nov 14, 1954) Rice was the first female African-American Secretary of State, as well as the second African American (after Colin Powell), and the second woman (after Madeleine Albright). Rice was Bush's National Security Advisor in his first term, the first woman to serve in that position.

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